41 Lothbury, London, EC2R
41 Lothbury - Reception
41 Lothbury - Office Mezzanine
Set your business up for success with a sophisticated office space at 41 Lothbury, in the City of London. This Grade II listed building is home to 20 offices, each designed to offer you an effortlessly stylish place to base your business. And while you work, our team delivers the proactive, personal and seamless support you demand to stay focussed.
The two exceptional meeting rooms at 41 Lothbury allow you to choose the perfect space for your needs. With this Grade II listed building as a backdrop, and a full complement of leading technology, you can host memorable pitches, run inspiring AGMs, or hold those business-critical daily meetings, whenever you need to.
Make 41 Lothbury your virtual business address, while you work elsewhere. Base your business at this prestigious location in the City of London, and make an enviable first impression. Use the address in your communications and on business stationery, and we’ll forward your business’ mail to you.
About 41 Lothbury
41 Lothbury makes a bold first impression, with its immaculate neo-classical exterior and column-flanked entrance. This Grade II listed building is centrally-located in the City of London, and offers an exceptional workspace with a refined aesthetic, with 20 high-spec private offices and two meeting rooms.
The vast atrium bathes the reception and lounge areas in natural light, while checkerboard marble floors and contemporary furniture create an inspiring work environment.
About the City of London
As one of the world’s leading business districts, the City of London is home to many global corporations. Leading finance, banking and commercial law businesses base themselves within the prestigious Square Mile.
Many of the capital's most recognisable landmarks are found in this historic neighbourhood, including St Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House, the London Museum, Barbican Centre and the Bank of England. Among the many offices are an enviable selection of Michelin-starred restaurants, small courtyard parks tucked between buildings, and the lively shops, pubs and fresh food stalls of Leadenhall Market.